IMSA Board of Directors


2021-2022 IMSA Board of Directors

John tyson evatz - PRESIDENT

Florida Section

Sr. Field Operations Manager

Pinellas County Transportation

Tyson has been with Pinellas County Transportation for 20 years, managing Signal Operations, Signs and Markings and ITS Systems. He also had 11 years with a Municipality near Cleveland Ohio where he managed their Traffic Department.  

Tyson has also been heavily involved for the last 20 years with the International Municipal Signal Association both as Florida Section President and as Director at Large for the National IMSA Board of Directors. He has spent most of his 20 years in the association Teaching Certification Courses and working on course development.

Dan michalak - Past president

New England Section

michael C. licalzi - director-at-large

Middle Atlantic Section

Guy T. petinga II - director-at-large

New Jersey Section

sergio j. montano - director-at-large

Arizona Section

StePHen D. May - Director-At-Large

Indiana Section

Kevin Musick - 2022 IMSA’s President Elect

Kevin has over 35 years in traffic control overseeing the Traffic Signal Division, the Signs & Markings Division, along with all electrical maintenance for the City of Clovis, New Mexico.

During that time, he was the chairperson of the Grievance Committee for 2 years and a board member on the Policy Board for 5 years. He was also a board member of the Traffic Control Committee for over 25 years.

Kevin has received the Superintendent of the Quarter numerous times and was the first in the state of New Mexico to hold a Level III IMSA certification in both Traffic Signals Field and Signs & Markings. IMSA also has recognized Kevin as one of its Outstanding Board members.

On the IMSA board since 1991 has helped Kevin enhance his public safety knowledge which has transferred to his work at the City of Clovis. He also has held different board positions at the IMSA New Mexico Section level and serves as a moderator for IMSA certification courses.

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